Are you still troubled about picking a wedding dress? A short train or a long one? An A line dress or a puffy empire waist gown? Does a dress need to be large and heavy to be glamorous? It’s time put on your modern thinking caps and think again! Putting aside the fact that a light-material-ed wedding dress for your wedding shoot makes for flexible styling and putting on of the dress, it beautifully outlines your natural womanly figures!There’s nothing like a silky see-through material to bring out all your womanly charms. During a location shoot match it with some spunky accessories and makeup and you’ll be styling that untamed sexy look, staying in the minds of anyone who lays their eyes on you.
Follow us through a forest of light and flowing bridal gowns as we bring you the designs of three very famous bridal gown designers, Karen Willis Holmes, Pamela Usanto and Katie May, in a shoot photographed by 35mm Wedding Photography. With La Bride as your lead, walk on a trail with us to appreciate Anna Campbell’s sexy and royalty-like head accessories and wedding veils and learn how to use Gooseberry Intimates‘ laced wedding undergarments to bring out your innate sexiness in all of your wedding photos. Let’s give thanks to 35mm Wedding Photography for their excellent skills in photography.
Our very talented bridal gown designer Karen Willis Holmes has just set up her own personal studio in New York two years ago. There are two categories to her designs; high class and elegant, untamed and sexy. Both brilliantly designed equally classy. We are certain that any bride would to be able to find a dress that suits her best with Karen Willis Holmes.
This lace gown with a sweetheart neckline bustier is the epitome of elegance. Its design is handled with simplicity, with flairs on either side of the skirt presenting a lovely look highlighting a shapely figure, graceful and curvy without being too heavy.
This long sleeved sheer laced wedding gown is Karen Willis Holmes wild creation, paired with Gooseberry Intimates laced bridal undergarments, adding the final touches of untamed sexiness. The designs might be a little out there for Asian brides, but they still make for a good fashion statement for your bridal photoshoot.
This high slit gown of Karen Willis Holmes wonderfully exhibits the beauty of a woman’s figure. In the spirit of tribal aesthetics combined with bridal elegance, our model is matched with golden tattoo stickers on her hands, feet and thighs, embracing the essence of wilderness, this is literally the mark of a spunky bride.
Perhaps partly warranted by her Indonesian background, Pamela Usanto’s designs are both sexy and sweet, carrying with it the shadows of the south east asian sentiment, earning the popularity of Asian brides.
For instance, this empire waist cut design retains a bride’s loveliness, while carrying with it a trace of sexiness with its see-through material, completing the look with romance with a bohemian princess styled head piece.
At first glance this sheer laced gown is impossibly lovely, its design around the waist compares to the beauty of mermaid princess, satisfying the needs of every bride-to-be to be the sexy princess she is.
This mid sleeve, two piece design by Pamela Usanto, paired with Gooseberry Intimates’ lace bra is infinitely sexy. Leaving tonnes to the imagination, this high collar design carries with it the shadow of a traditional Indonesian dress, standing out in the forest of European laced dresses.
In the eyes of Katie May, a low back gown is one that shows off a female’s figure best. In her recently released spring and fall collection last year, she uses a low back cut for almost every gown, exhibiting the sexiness of a woman in the most elegant and glamorous way possible. Pairing a low back cut with a mermaid’s tail, Katie May’s designer gowns are impeccable.
We’ve come to the end of the journey with trails of endless designs by our famous bridal gown designers, which is your favourite?
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